COMPLETE MODEL BUILD ENVIRONMENT
InfoWater SA uses the latest Microsoft .NET and advanced distribution models, and easy access and storage of GIS data directly in a native geodatabase. InfoWater SA is compatible with many different GIS applications and standards, and users can view, modify and update data attributes associated with any GIS layer. Attribute data can be extracted directly from any GIS theme, and hot link functionality can be utilized to tables, charts, layouts, and internet sites for any network element. InfoWater SA contains a powerful set of quality assurance and control features to ensure that models are of the highest standard, including network trace, connectivity, checks, plus the ability to graphically view disconnected areas.
EXTENSIVE SIMULATION OPTIONS
to ensure excellent simulation speed, stability and accuracy. Comprehensive network modeling capabilities are available, either included in the standard InfoWater SA package or as simulation, valve criticality, water demand and pressure zone energy use and cost calculations, automatic calibration and design of networks, and carbon footprint analysis. animation to produce truly compelling results.
ADVANCED PIPE BREAK ANALYSIS
InfoWater SA can explicitly model water main breaks and leaks, enabling users to develop effective strategies for leakage reduction and control and demand and maintenance water, minimize economic losses, ensure hydraulic and water integrity, improve the quality of service, and conserve pipe in the network along with their location, size, and time of occurrence. They can also be automatically distributed at the two end nodes of a pipe. InfoWater SA will compute and report the total water volume lost to breaks as well as
INFOSURGE SA TRANSIENT ANALYSIS
Transient (surge) protection and analysis is crucial to the success of a hydraulic distribution system. InfoSurge SA provides the most advanced and comprehensive platform available for analyzing complex hydraulic transients with incredible power, speed and ease. Cavitation or excessive pressure surging during transient operation can lead to pipeline or component failure. Surge control devices are often required to prevent the development of such conditions. The proper selection and evaluation of these devices requires a design of water supply and distribution systems to ensure their safety and reliability under emergency conditions.
concentrations) integrity of the water distribution system.
RICH PRESENTATION OF RESULTS
Using powerful thematic mapping functionality, InfoWater SA makes it easy to turn dry database information into stunningly colorful, fully dimensional visualizations. Users can generate beautiful, accurate, and smooth contours for any variable, including elevation, pressure, hydraulic grade line, demand, water age, chlorine concentration, and more, directly on the map — even overlay multiple contours on a single drawing. They can also draw on a range of other coded mapping, dynamic annotation and labelling, graphing,
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